19th Annual Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase Program # 2’s Movie Poster

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19th Annual Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase Program # 2

DEAD AND BREAKFAST
Produced by Lisa Lodico, Co-written by David Spence, Co-written/Directed by C.E. Holcomb, Florida State University, 14 min 56 sec

A bickering couple visits a spooky bed and breakfast for a little quality time, but their ghostly hosts are dead set on keeping them there eternally.

NITE BOY, DAY GIRL
Directed by Christopher Carullo, University of Central Florida, 3 min 55 sec

A Boy goes out at Nite; A Girl goes out at Day.

UNDER THE RADAR
Produced by Aaron West, Written/Directed by Matt Fisher, Full Sail University, 7 min 16 sec, Winner – August FilmSlam

When Herve Jaubert went to Dubai to build recreational submarines for its tourist industry, it seemed like a dream come true.  But he never planned for what would happen next…

RISE
Written/Produced/Directed by Bobby Arnold, Valencia Community College, 5 min 45 sec

A dying hospital patient is confronted face to face by his sickness.  It seems that he is all alone in his fight for survival, but he knows something is there to give him hope.

ANIMUS
Written by Cynthia Newman, Produced by Dalysabel Mojica, Directed by Lukas Colombo, Palm Beach Atlantic University, 17 min

In the last few moments of his life, a young man reflects upon his passionate journey to bring justice to a corrupt and broken past, ultimately finding peace through his personal sacrifice made for his sister.

FLIP
Written/Produced/Directed by Jill Hackett, Ringling College of Art and Design, 2 min 17 sec

A little girl in a pop-up book breaks free into the 3D universe, only to discover the magic of her 2D world as she travels from page to page in search of the perfect home.

A CLOUDY LESSON
Written/Produced/Directed by Yezi Xue, Ringling College of Art and Design, 1 min 58 sec

As things don’t go according to plan, a grandfather cloud-maker and his grandson learn that good ideas come from happy accidents.

IN DANGERED SPECIES
Written/Produced/Directed by Matthew James Killian, Ringling College of Art and Design, 2 min 24 sec

A lowly janitor jumps eagerly behind a spaceship’s controls during the captain’s bathroom break, and quickly discovers the job is much harder than it looks.

MARVEL
Written by X:144 & Solillaquists of Sound, Produced/Directed by X:144, 3 min 52 sec, Winner – June FilmSlam

A music video for the song “Marvel” by Solillaquists of Sound.

MEDIOCRITY FOR MIRACLES
Produced by Eduardo Wienskoski, Written/Directed by Datev Gallagher, Florida State University, 7 min 21 sec

Willow County, a small Southern town once famous for a bizarre miracle, is now a quiet and forgotten place.  Several years after the unexplainable occurrence, 56-year-old Andrea Wilson has finally decided to get on with her life.

GRIEF
Produced/Co-written by Michael Salvi, Co-written/Directed by Alex Cole, Dr. Phillips High School, 8 min

A dying man goes through the five stages of grief.

CHIEFLAND
Produced by Christopher Ramsey, Directed by Gabriel Tyner, 8 min

Ten years after a train accident derailed his bull-riding career, Chris Wilson returns to the sport a changed man.  Determined to pick up where he left off, Wilson pushes his body to the edge in an attempt to have one last shot at his dream.

THE DREAMER
Produced by Glory Fonseca-Malavasi, Written/Directed by Jamie Kassler, Florida State University, 6 min 58 sec

When a lonely artist moves to the city, he discovers the magical ability to bring his imagination to life.  Longing for romance, he creates a beautiful woman in hopes of realizing his dream of true love, even if just for a moment…

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